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  • Banner of Ignatian Family Teach In Virtual Conference
    October 24,2020
    Prophetic Resilience: Breaking Down. Building Up

    Chris Bacon presented on Community-based action research to build back a fairer food system as a breakout session during the Ignatian Family Teach-in for Justice virtual conference, entitled ”Prophetic Resilience: Breaking Down. Building Up." This is the largest annual Catholic social justice conference in the U.S.  After the talk, participants shared ideas about how to address rural hunger and food justice, including responses to food insecurity induced by Covid-19.

  • Dr. Chad Raphael
    October 20, 2020, Virtual Event
    Another Just Transition

    Chad Raphael organized a session entitled “Another Just Transition: Community-Engaged Research and Learning for Environmental Justice” at the annual conference of the Association for Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE). Chad presented on the value of community-driven research for producing actionable knowledge about environmental justice at Jesuit and other universities, drawing on a research guide he wrote on this subject. Co-presenters discussed research collaborations that have shaped sustainability policies and practices in the conference’s host city of Milwaukee. Kate Nelson (Chief Sustainability Officer, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee) and Willie Karidis (Rails to Trails Conservancy) presented their study of how to make access to bike trails more accessible and equitable  in neighborhoods of color. Chelsea Wait (Ph.D. candidate and Adjunct Professor, School of Architecture and Urban Planning) presented on the Buildings-Landscapes-Cultures Field School, a university-community partnership that engages community members and students in storytelling, ecological conservation, heritage preservation, and civic engagement.